Time Out Magazine No 398 November 18-24, 1977 Rock Follies British lions Harry Kumel
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Time Out Magazine No 398 November 18-24, 1977 Rock Follies British lions Harry KumelTime Out Magazine No 398 November 18-24, 1977
Index Editorial 'Colonel B', the Monk and 'Subversion' or It's a Mad World, My Magistrates: the committal proceedings of Aubrey, Berry and Campbell Reclaiming the Night/Dr Miller's casebook 6 Bulldog and Bullshit/Lesbians leave CHE and a very few RUMBLES . . 7 Heathcote Williams' juvenilia 8 Johnson and Jupp: rockers without pier The Bad News Tour 9
John Thomas reviews the reviews of the British Lions' visit to New Zealand 11 Paradise Regained? Can Belgian director Harry Kumel return to film-making? Verina Glaessner reports 13 Public Eyes 'Before Hindsight' suggests that '30s British news reporters didn't tell the truth. Jonathan Dimbleby says they still don't 15 Rock Smarties Barry Milewski and John Wyver take two looks at the saga of the Li'l Ladies: Is it just a super money spinner or the medium's first meaningful departure from cathode tube realism? 17 Information Agitprop 25 Books 71 Children 35 Dance 57 Film: News & Index 37 Film: West End 31 Film: Clubs & Repertory 39 Film: Locals 49 Film: Lates 54 Food 67 Music: News & Reviews 57 Music: Rock, Folk & Jazz 59 Music: Classical & Opera 63 Music: Places 65 Poetry 33 Radio 23 Roundabout 68 Sell Out 67 Sport 73 Television: Selections 20 Television: Films 23 Theatre: Fringe 27 Theatre: West End 31 Visual Arts 69 Classified Ads 75 Stop Press 90 Classifieds/subscription Form 90 Cover by Pearce Marchbank. Photographs by Thames TV.
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